There is something going on almost every day of the week that can connect you with God and other students while here at Schreiner University. If you feel that there is not a specific group that meets your needs, then you can always begin a new connection and start a new group by contacting Gini Norris-Lane at
VANorrislane@schreiner.edu (830) 792-7284.
Join our Schreiner Campus Ministry group on Facebook.
ORDER TODAY!! Campus Ministry T-shirt sales support pilgrimage to Taize, France
On December 9, 2016, a group of 15 Schreiner students and alums, accompanied by Schreiner Campus Minister, Gini Norris-Lane, and Purposeful Lives Coordinator, Kelsey Penn, will travel to the Taize Community in France. Taize is one of the world’s most revered sites of Christian pilgrimage. Students will participate in prayer, Bible study, communal work, and embrace the spirit of kindness, simplicity, and reconciliation that reflects the Taize community’s ecumenical outlook.
Your purchase of a T-shirt from Schreiner Campus Ministry will go directly to support this trip and offset the cost for individuals. These special T’s will only be available from October 28 through December 2, 2016. They will ship the week of November 28th and arrive by December 15, 2016. The cost is $20 per shirt for adult size, and $15 per shirt for youth size, including all taxes, shipping and handling charges. Order bunches! They make great Christmas gifts, too!!
If you wish to order multiples of the same shirt, we apologize but you will have to fill out a form for each shirt purchased. If you have questions, please send an email to email@example.com.
ORDER YOUR CAMPUS MINISTRY T-SHIRT NOW!
To make a tax-deductible donation to support the Taize trip, visit the Schreiner University ONLINE DONATION web page and scroll down to the form. Under designation, choose OTHER, and specify that your gift be credited towards the Campus Ministry Taize Trip.
Methodist Student Ministry – Noon, Mondays
Leaders: Ryan Reardon and Jessica Lesley
Campus Ministry House (Lunch provided)
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) – 8 pm, Sundays
Student Leaders: Conner VerSchuur, Steven Olivas, Keenan Gumbs, Christionna Jones and Codi Simmons
The Oaks Community Center (on campus)
UKirk Worship – 9 pm, Mondays
Student leaders: Jacob Naron and Stephani Shumaker
Schreiner University Chapel (behind Admissions)
Volunteer Opportunity with Art2Heart - 3:30 to 5:30, Tuesdays
Student Leader: Skylar White
Celtic Cross Ecumenical Group – 5:00 pm, Tuesdays
Student leader: Monika Ruiz
Campus Ministry Center (with dinner)
Non-Denominational Bible Study - Noon, Wednesdays
Studying Characters in the Bible (with lunch)
Student leader: Onice Palencia
Campus Ministry Center
Reset (Baptist Student Ministry) – 9 pm, Wednesdays
Student leader: Randel O’Bryant
Non-denominational Bible Study & Contemporary
Worship (sponsored by the Baptist Student Ministry)
The Oaks Community Center
Non-Denominational Bible Study – Noon, Thursdays
Leader: Onice Palencia
Campus Ministry House (with lunch)
Habitudes Emerging Leaders Program - Thursdays
Catholic Student Ministry
– 7pm, Thursdays
Led by Kayla Gorzell
Campus Ministry Center
If you are interested please contact Gini Norris-Lane at firstname.lastname@example.org
Peer Ministry Leaders
Martin Olivares – Trull
Stephani Shumaker – Trull
Claire Lewis – Commuters
Autumn Truax – Pecan Grove
Daniel Gonzales – Delaney
Esperanza Flores – Faulkner
Callen McCauley – Faulkner
Campus Ministry Work/Study
Purposeful Lives Work/Study
2016 SPECIAL EVENTS
The Exodus Project is a unique learning community at Schreiner University
for those who may feel a little like Moses.. .
Moses was one of the greatest leaders in all of the Bible, but he didn’t start out that way! He stuttered, he lacked confidence, he even tried to tell God no! Yet, through the adventure of following God, he became the leader both God and the people needed.
Christian leaders are not born ready for the great adventure of leadership. It is through the journey of learning and discipleship, service and discernment of where God is guiding you, that you will be shaped into a leader for the 21st century.
Members of The Exodus Project
will participate together in...
- as a cohort in the Fall in IDST1301 and IDST2200 (Career Exploration) in the Spring.
* Discipleship - meeting weekly to grow in faith and find support from God and the EP community
* Service - choosing local churches or agencies to partner with an hour a week
* Retreats - time away in the Fall and Spring to learn how to be servant leaders and to listen for what God wants you to do with your “one wild and precious life!” (quote by Mary Oliver)
TO APPLY FOR THE EXODUS PROJECT FOR THE 2015-2016 YEAR
or to just learn more, contact Rev. Gini Norris-Lane, Campus Minister
email: email@example.com phone: 830-792-7284
Application Instructions: Once you have been admitted to Schreiner University, you will have access to the online application through your Schreiner One account. Priority applications are due by March 31st for the 2015-2016 school year.
The "Better Together" campaign is a product of the Interfaith Youth Core. So far, five students from Schreiner University have been trained in this program to lead interfaith events on campus in hopes of bringing together people of all faiths and no faith at all to serve those around us. Many other universities across the country are organizing similar campaigns with various goals for the President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge. Our focus on this campus for the school year is education and domestic poverty. So far, we have served thousands of service hours and donated hundreds of items to these causes. We hope to continue educating the campus, facilitating meaningful discussions, and serving our community. More information and videos further explaining this cause can be found at www.ifyc.org.
The Office of Purposeful Lives is dedicated to providing students with opportunities to engage in their communities locally, nationally, and globally. The two major avenues for this engagement are service-learning and volunteer services. The Office of Purposeful Lives seeks to allow students to explore their passions and to increase their civic responsibility and awareness.
The Purposeful Lives initiative supports the mission of the university which is to “prepare students for meaningful work and purposeful lives in a changing global society.” Through the Purposeful Lives initiative, students will engage in experiences that will enrich their academic, personal, and spiritual growth through service and reflection. As students continue in their studies at Schreiner, the Office of Purposeful Lives will offer co-curricular opportunities as well as service opportunities outside of the classroom so that students have an integrated understanding of their community and the role they can play in serving others. These opportunities lend themselves to building students’ civic responsibility, social awareness, and personal values long after they leave Schreiner to positively impact the world.
What makes Purposeful Lives special? Watch the video below to hear from faculty and students who have partnered with Purposeful Lives to incorporate service into their Schreiner experience.
Connect with our Purposeful Lives Facebook
We invite you to subscribe to our Purposeful Lives e-newsletter
For more information please contact:
Rev. Gini Norris-Lane
Campus Ministry Center